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  • Birthday 03/11/1977

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  1. I just updated my "Cover Photo" for the first time with a picture of my "Roland JD-XA Synthesizer"... The keyboard functions much cooler than it looks please believe that; it was worth every dime.

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    2. philipj

      philipj

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      Another synth lover!

      Lol... Yea it does kind of feel like I'm collecting synthesizers these days. I use to be a comic book collector, but looks like I've swap one thing for another now. 😄 My first vintage synth was the "Casio CZ"; since then I've acquired a few more synth like the "Roland JX-8P", the "Roland System 8", the "Roland FA-08 Workstation", the "Korg MR1" module, the Yamaha PSR 500, and a some "Yamaha DX" derivative module I can't think of the name of... Trying to build a dream studio for myself. :D

       

       

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      My Casio CZ 5000.jpg

      Roland Workstation.jpg

      Yamaha PSR 500.jpg

      M-Audio Midi Keyboard (2).jpg

       

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    3. DragonGrafx-16

      DragonGrafx-16

      My complete hardware synth list is:

      Roland:

      JX-3P

      Alpha Juno-1

      HS-80 (Alpha Juno-2 but the keys are busted, works via MIDI)

      JV-2080

      TB-3

       

      Waldorf:

      Blofeld module (black)

       

      Yamaha:

      TX-81z

      DX9 (doesn't really work anymore but the TX-81z can do everything it can better)

      PSS-140 (toy keyboard with some nasty (in a good way) preset FM sounds.

      OPL3 (Sound Blaster 2.0... old OPL3 which uses two OPL2 chips) I count this as it is a synth and I can use Adlib Tracker 2 on DOS to make music with it.

       

      E-MU:

      ESI-2000 (sampler)

      Proteus/1

      Kawai:

      K1r (nasty 8 bit digital synth but I love it) Has the best one of the best digital choir sounds out of any synth. Used heavily by Warp Records artists (like LFO)

       

      I also have three Casio keyboards:

      MT-60

      MT-18

      MT-140

       

       

       

       

    4. philipj

      philipj

      WOW... You're a veteran collector. lol 😂

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